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2000, Shaq scores 61 on his birthday

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The Diesel puts on a show in the Motor City, scoring 61 points on his 28th birthday.

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2001, MJ oldest player with 50 points

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MJ proves he still has it, becoming the oldest player in history to score 50 points.

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2004, T-Mac with 13 in 35 seconds

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Tracy McGrady improbably rallies the Rockets with a stretch run for the ages.

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2005, Kobe outscores Mavs after 3

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Through three quarters, Kobe Bryant outscored the Mavs by himself, 62-61.

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2006, Kobe drops 81 on the Raptors

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Kobe enters the record books with the second-greatest scoring night in NBA history.

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2009, LeBron scores 52 at MSG

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The King puts up 52 points, 11 rebounds and 9 assists in the basketball mecca of MSG.

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TNT All-Decade NBA: Vote 10

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Shaq, Kobe, LeBron, MJ or T-Mac: Who had the best individual performance of the decade?

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2006, Kobe drops 81 on the Raptors

Indiv. Performance: Regular Season

COMPLETE RESULTS

2000, Shaq scores 61 on his birthday

2% 

2001, MJ oldest player with 50 points

11% 

2004, T-Mac with 13 in 35 seconds

22% 

2005, Kobe outscores Mavs after 3

5% 

2006, Kobe drops 81 on the Raptors

55% 

2009, LeBron scores 52 at MSG

4% 

All-Decade: By the Numbers

It was a decade that started with the Lakers winning a title and ended the same way. In between, the NBA served up 10 years worth of highlights, spectacular plays and individual drama.

NBA.com All-Decade Features
- Aldridge: A surprising decade
- Aldridge: Lakers, Spurs dominated
- Powell: Decade's top moments
- Powell: Ten people who shaped the NBA
- Thomas: A decade to remember
- Powell: Ten people who shaped the NBA
- Thomas: Decade's best team
- Howard-Cooper: Lakers did it all
Regular Season Wins
1 San Antonio 574
2 Dallas 561
3 L.A. Lakers 530
4 Phoenix 494
5 Detroit 493
6 Utah 461
7 Sacramento 453
8 Houston 450
9 Boston 441
10 Indiana 429
Regular Season Points
1 Kobe Bryant 21,671
2 Dirk Nowitzki 18,931
3 Allen Iverson 18,657
4 Paul Pierce 17,905
5 Vince Carter 17,153
6 Kevin Garnett 16,484
7 Tim Duncan 16,246
8 Tracy McGrady 16,043
9 Ray Allen 15,949
10 Antawn Jamison 15,453
Championships
1 L.A. Lakers 4
2 San Antonio 3
3 Boston 1
Detroit 1
Miami 1
Playoff Wins
1 L.A. Lakers 98
2 San Antonio 83
3 Detroit 73
4 Dallas 47
5 New Jersey 43
6 Miami 42
7 Boston 39
8 Cleveland 36
Indiana 36
10 Phoenix 33
Playoff Points
1 Kobe Bryant 4,053
2 Shaquille O'Neal 3,359
3 Tim Duncan 3,143
4 Dirk Nowitzki 2,472
5 Richard Hamilton 2,467
6 Chauncey Billups 2,357
7 Tony Parker 2,300
8 Rasheed Wallace 1,907
9 Allen Iverson 1,883
10 LeBron James 1,761

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